Ballyhea Says No – Week 250 – Why we persevere

by Diarmuid O’Flynn Last Sunday we marked week 250 of the Ballyhea Says No campaign against the imposition of odious bank-debt on the Irish people. In the days before and after I was asked many times – how have ye kept going? How do ye persevere with a cause that gets so little publicity? My […]

Full audit of bank debt must be carried out to ascertain who benefitted from bailout – Murphy

Speaking in response to comments by Michael Noonan on this week’s visit of a delegation of MEPs from the European Parliament’s Economic Affairs committee, Paul Murphy MEP commented: “Michael Noonan and the Irish government are clearly hoping to win the support of MEPs for a deal on Irish banking debt. Irish taxpayers have been lumbered […]